Zele International revealed yesterday via its blog that the JDM tuner's orange R35 mule was on a trailer and headed to the Narita airport outside of Tokyo for a flight to America for the SEMA Show in two weeks. The Nissan super-car will rock Zele's latest in the Eneos Nippon Oil booth.
Of particular significance on the GT-R will be the carbon-fiber body kit, a complement of bits akin to what is to come on the car in Spec-V trim. The list of carbon parts includes a front bumper, lip spoiler, side skirts, underbody spoiler, air duct, grille, front fender ducts, and a surge tank cover. Owners can choose between wet and dry carbon products and most pieces cost about a grand.
Zele also appears to offer a set of Rays forged alloy wheels and some JDM ECU options that supposedly eliminate the computer's speed limiter and optimizes the engine to work with the company's new titanium exhaust. There's also word of even lighter parts in development, called the Zele Complete Edition, but those won't be done and shown until late 2009 at the Tokyo Motor Show.